panda, lobster, badger (badger badger)
Continuing the process of adding all the MOCs I've done over the past year to the pages of this website, I present to you now...
I've switched to posting my weekly comic from Sunday to Monday, since Monday mornings are typically more in need of a good joke. But, even still, with the extra day, I managed to be a day late. :-D Yeah, I just posted this week's today. Oh, well. I'm slow, what can I say? But, it's a good one, so check it out!permalink to this week's comic, exclusively on fbtb.net
I've decided to make July 8th, 2008, a computer off day. So, other than this very early morning entry, I won't be back online, or even flick the computer on, until the 9th.
Have a great one, everybody. Enjoy the day!
Get your foot in the door :-p with this technique I came up with a couple months ago. It uses LEGO minifigure hip pieces as door hinges. The dimensions of everything work really well for creating some pretty functional, customizable doors. Check it out and maybe give it a try:
If you haven't seen, I do a weekly comic on From Bricks To Bothans
(a LEGO Star Wars fan news site and forums), where I'm also an Administrator and in charge of graphic design. The comic, which posts to the main page every Sunday, stars the staff of the website as the main characters, and the strips feature humour appealing to AFOL's (Adult Fans Of LEGO). It's a really fun project, and I love doing it. It's a relatively new project too -- I just posted strip number four.
Take a peek. You might even think it's funny. :-DWell Played, Number 4
So, as you can see, I've FINALLY decided to redo the look of my website. There are still a lot of pages that need to have the new theme applied, and I'm sure there are plenty of broken links. But, the point is, I'm doing it. Yay!
And, with this major facelift comes a whole series of upload updates. Since about this time last year I've built a lot of custom LEGO models, taken lots of photographs and drawn lots of pictures. But, with the site being the mess that it's been, I haven't been posting my new work here. So, that's what you'll be seeing in the coming weeks: daily doses of content updates. If you're a regular visitor to my Flickr pages, a lot of this stuff won't be anything new to you. But, if not, then hopefully you're in for a treat.
And, as always, thank you so very much for taking the time to visit. :-)
And, with that, here's a wintery blast from the past. Snowblower Man!
He's just your average New Englander, trying to live out his daily life during a typical harsh winter season. And, he couldn't do it without his most trusted companion. His snowblower? Or? Heh, you'll see. :-)